Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Morning World News of the fourth of January 2012

Telegraph World News: Argentine President Cristina Kirchner's cancer operation 'successful'
HuffPostWorld: WATCH: Inside Chile's student protests
PressTV: Cambodian women carry their babies as residents are evicted from a slum village in the centre of Phnom Penh
guardian #worldnews: Taliban leaders held at Guantanamo Bay to be released in peace talks deal
BBC #Worldnews: Poisoned cat stew 'killed tycoon'
HuffPost #Worldnews: Raid on Yemeni hotel that served alcohol leaves 2 dead
Breaking #worldNews: Chrysler's US sales in 2011 increase 26%; best annual sales since 2008 - @CNBC's @Lebeaucarnews
cnnbrk: Record lows, highs reported in day of extremes for weather across United States.

BBC #Worldnews: In pictures: Storms lash the UK
guardian #worldnews: Aum cult fugitive was turned away from Tokyo police station when he attempted to give himself up
Post #WorldNews: Indonesian court jails wife of Bali bombing suspect on immigration violations
PressTV: A Bahraini woman has been killed in a tear gas attack by the Saudi-backed regime forces on an anti-government.
PressTV: #Iranian forces seize 10 tons of drugs

PressTV: 6 children injured in #Pakistan violence

Breaking #worldNews: Inflation in the 17 countries that use the euro eases to 2.8 pct in December from 3 pct - AP
Ford to invest $142m in India to manufacture a new global compact SUV at the company's plant in Chennai - Reuters
AlArabiya: 30 people held pending investigation in the case of bombing the mosque at the presidential complex in Sanaa: #Yemeni news agency
guardian #worldnews: Romney wins Iowa by eight votes - video
AP: Bomb attacks targeting homes of Iraqi police officers kill two children, wound nine people. -MM

AP: Reinsurer says earthquakes in Japan, New Zealand make 2011 industry's costliest yet. -MM

PressTV: Cholera kills 25 more Somali children

BBC #Worldnews: In pictures: Chile battles wildfires
Reuters Top News: Singapore PM faces 36 pct pay cut, still world's best paid
Al Arabiya English: Gunmen attack police station in northern Nigeria; one dead: police

NYTimes World: Jamaica’s Opposition Easily Wins Election
AlArabiya_Eng: Eight explosions rock the houses of security officials in the Iraqi city of Baqouba

The Associated Press: As #Romney and #Santorum battle for lead, #Iowa caucus vote still too close to call a winner. -MM

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